Friday, April 4, 2008

The Voice by Bill Myers


Bill Myers is an author known for pushing the envelope of belief, and he does it Oh, So Well! His soon to be released novel, "The Voice", plays what if in an outstanding and astounding way.

Charlie Madison is reclusive and he likes it that way. He's been cut off from life since the day his wife and daughter were brutally murdered in retaliation for his work in Special Operations.

But when his deaf 13 year old niece comes barging into his life, claiming her parents have been kidnapped and she's being chased, Uncle Charlie is forced back into action.

Seems his dear sister and her husband have developed a program that has recorded and can play the actual voice of God. Yup, you read that right! Now, how they did'll just have to read that for yourself.

The problem is this: first, the Muslims want that program to keep proof that Jesus is God silent. The Jews want that program to keep proof that Jesus is God silent. And the Americans? Well, we want to make a weapon out of it.

Apparently, when the voice of God sounds, things begin to happen (ya think?!). So it's up to Uncle Charlie, Jaz and FBI special agent Lisa Harmon to not only rescue Jaz's parents, but to find out if the Program really exists, and if so, what does this mean for mankind?

This rollercoaster of a ride is nothing new when it comes to Bill Myers. Years ago, he wrote a trilogy based on the supposition of what would happen if a single drop of Christ's blood were THAT was a thrill ride and a half!!

"The Voice" is the same kind of 'what if' thrill ride, and it is backed up with Old Testament Scripture as to what would happen if God's voice were audibly heard today. You do NOT want that to happen if you don't already believe, trust me!

I'm giving "The Voice" five out of five bookmarks, with a tiny memory stick as a charm. Be won't have time to catch your breath as you flip the pages, so make sure you have lots of reading time available before you start this one!

"The Voice" releases at the end of April from FaithWords. Watch for it!

Happy Reading!


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